Mid-America Hunting Association is a self guided private land foot hunter organization.
Each Association hunter hunts his choice of season. For as many days as he has. May do so over the three state Association region. All for one flat rate.
We operate in Kansas, Iowa and Missouri.
The hunts we offer are Mule and Whitetail Deer; waterfowl over wetlands for duck and goose; wild Bobwhite Quail and pheasant; Eastern and Rio Grande Turkey.
Since 1965 We seek to have fewer hunters, more land per hunter with improved habitat quality. Each piece of land has been surveyed by one of the two Association partners, Jon Nee or John Wenzel, in most cases more than once.
We provide the private land access, recommendations where to hunt and a local lodging listing. The hunter supplies his own skill and equipment.
How it works is that if we allocate a membership that hunter gains access to an online map library of all lease land. All land is identified by number. Hunters would then receive recommendations of where to hunt for what the hunter is after and also relative to habitat preferences. That hunter would then scout or hunt those spots and encouraged to scout further. Most hunters after their third season have covered sufficient ground and found more spots they like better they are not likely to be hunting their first year farms. That is when the golden nugget spots become more visible and eyes-on success rate increase.
Each hunter may plan to return to hunt the same land from year to year as well as enjoy the added adventure of exploring new spots.
We offer all this at one flat annual rate without hidden costs.
The next step is to review the hunting interest of choice:
Then review the administrative information covering costs, rules, membership agreement, pressure numbers and more. That is all contained within the Index section.
After all that have a think on it. After a day, if you wake up the next morning, give us a call to discuss your plans. We take calls day and evening most days of the week.
913 773 8110
Hi, here is my 10 month old shorthair on her first hunt. Thanks, Lee
Thank you Lee.
Quail reports continue to hold at zero to four coveys per day.
Pheasant reports range from occasional daily limits to one in the bag in the better regions. No pheasants in the bag reports come from the lesser pheasant localities.
Weather continues to determine good and bad hunts. The early season above average temperatures now have headed the other direction. With most of the current hunters being locals they are waiting until late next week to get back in the field. The handful of traveling hunters in the field are finding it a bit tough right now. Snow ground accumulation is sparse.
Reservation counts continue to be higher than hunters found in the field. This observation is for all hunting disciplines, not just upland bird hunters. Overall, pressure has been on the light side. By this time of season the two Association partners normally have encountered a higher number of hunters. This seems a contradiction to the membership level being just three shy of its cap. The snapshot analysis appears to be hunters while still hunting this season are hunting fewer days than average.